Heart-shaped watermelons in Japan
A store in Fukuoka is selling heart-shaped watermelons:
The unusual fruit is the invention of Hiroichi Kimura, a farmer from Kumamoto, and his wife. The couple said they had tried for three years to create the perfectly heart-shaped fruit, which they say symbolizes their passion for farming and their affection for each other.
Apparently they are being sold for a price 15,750 yen ($160) each.
[via JapanSoc dot com]
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